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Friday, 21 March 2014

The Marine Partially Re-Opens

Everyone in Milford on Sea is well aware that The Marine was devastated on Valentine's night by violent storms never before experienced in Milford on Sea. Indeed, the national media had significant coverage of the evening's drama, and we know of people who heard the news on TV's as far afield as France, St Lucia and Australia.

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Since February, the team at The Marine have been working hard to re-open for their loyal customers.

Richard Thompson, owner of The Marine said: "We are delighted to say that our first floor restaurant is to re-open on Thursday 26th March, Renamed as ‘Valentines’ and with a new menu, we will be serving breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and an evening restaurant menu. Please use the front door to the stairs or lift to come up to enjoy the panoramic sea views.

I also want to sincerely say thank you to everyone who have sent us good luck messages, it has been great to know so many customers are behind us, and we look forward to welcoming you back to The Marine sometime soon.”


The severe flood damage downstairs means that the team are still working on repairing the floors and furniture, this part of The Marine will reopen as soon as they possibly can. Sadly some of The Marine's Food Week events have now also become a victim of the floods. Those originally planned for the upstairs restaurant will still take place, however the other events are in a race against time and will depend on whether downstairs can be made suitable.

The Marine are now taking bookings for their Mother’s Day Lunch from 12 noon to 6pm. (Three courses for £25pp, please click here to see menu.) To make a booking or request further information, please call on 01590 644369 or e-mail: info@themarinemos.co.uk

Richard was interviewed by South Coast Journalism and explains the current position. To see the interview, please click here.

To read about the Valentines Storm click here


The Marine
01590 644369
www.themarinemos.co.uk

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